The number of wounded has also increased to 50, Bush added. Of the injured 36 remain in the hospital and two are in a critical condition, he said.
Brenton Harris Tarrant, 28, seems to be the only person in custody that is involved in the attack. Bush told reporters on Sunday that three others who were originally arrested did not participate in the shooting.
Tarant appeared in court on Saturday and was charged with murder. Officials said more charges would be imposed. He was detained in custody and will appear again in court on April 5th.
Ardenne's chief secretary, Andrew Campbell, told CNN that the e-mail was sent to a "shared" email account maintained by the staff and was not seen by the prime minister. a refugee center in Christchurch on Saturday, where she paid tribute to the shooting victims on Friday and handed over a message of support.
Earlier, she gave more details about the attack. Two lightly armed community policemen completed the brutality after the terrifying 36 minutes, she said, apparently moving with the gunner's car on the side of the road.
Focus on the victims
The authorities have turned their attention to the victims and families of those who have lost their lives. "Our other key priority is to ensure that people so terribly affected by these events get the support and well-being they need," New Zealand police said in a statement. "There are many, many victims of this tragic event, and we give them every possible support."
Ardenne stressed that families who have lost a loved one – especially if they are dependent on the victim – will receive financial support  Moving Memorials have appeared in the area around the mosques, with flowers and notes bearing messages "They can accept our innocence, but we will show the world the meaning of love and compassion," says a note stuck to the flowers left on the road divider, some of them from Pakistan, Turkey, Saudi Arabia , Bangladesh, Indonesia and Malaysia, Ardern said at least two Jordanian civilians were killed and five injured during the shooting, the country's foreign ministry reported
Syrian refugee Khaled Mustafa was killed in the attack, Syrian New Zealand said on his Facebook page. He with his two sons when the shooter opened fire during Friday prayers.
A five-year-old girl was critically injured and had surgery, but she was in poor condition, Uncle Sabri. Dharame told Al-Mamlaka's Jordan Television. She was shot in her face, her stomach and her legs. Al-Darame told the station that his brother was also injured and remained in a stable state. He is shot in his stomach and legs. Four Pakistani citizens have also been injured, spokesman for Pakistan's Foreign Ministry, Mohammad Faisal, said on Friday. Five other Pakistani citizens have not yet been found, he said in a statement published in the social media. People from over 15 nationalities were killed, according to a list compiled by the Red Cross.
One of the victims, born in Afghanistan, Hadji Daud Nabi, sought refuge in New Zealand in 1977
Some of those who survived the attack described the attempts to thwart the shooter. Surviving Ahmed Khan, who had escaped a bullet shot by the shooter, ran to a mosque to warn others.
Inside, he found a friend bleeding-he was just shot in his right hand. "I told him that" now calm down the police, "Khan remembers," and then the shooter came out the window and shot him when I held him in the head and he was dead. "
In the video posted by the shooter, he is welcomed when he first arrives, the Al Noor mosque, by a man who says "hello brother." Less than a second later, the striker raises his semi-automatic rifle and launches his first round of bullets
Tarant is an Australian citizen who lived in the southern city of Dunedin, about 225 miles from Christchurch, Ardern said. traveled all over the world and was sporadically in New Zealand, she added.
Officials said she had no criminal history in New Zealand or Australia and, like the other two people detained in connection with the attack, the attention of the intelligence community to extremist views.
CNN Tarrant's official traveled many times in Turkey and spent "a long period of time" there. Turkey "is currently investigating suspects' movements and contacts in the country," said CNN's official. The suspect may have traveled to other countries in Europe, Asia and Africa, he added.
In one chapter of Taran's manifesto hatred, he called for the assassination of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, saying: "Last." "The State TV TRT, quoting the Turkish authorities, said the authorities were investigating whether Tarant was in the country" to commit a terrorist attack and / or murder. "
Erdogan condemned the attack on Friday in a Twitter post, calling him" the latest "The prime suspect who received a weapons license in November 2017 uses two semi-automatic weapons, two rifles and
" While working along the chain of events that lead both to the possession of this gun and to the possession I can tell you one thing right now – our weapons laws will change, "she told reporters." Time for change, "Ardern said.
Police Commissioner Mike Bush said he welcomed Ardenne's proposed amendments to the arms laws. "I was very happy to hear the Prime Minister's comments this morning that there would be a change in the law on weapons. But I can not say anything more than that, "Bush said at a press conference in Christchurch on Saturday, an Israeli politician, Isaac Herzog, said some synagogues in New Zealand would be closed on Saturday, the Hebrew day of prayer." For the first time in synagogues in New Zealand are closed to Shabbat after the shocking murder of Muslims in Christchurch, writes Herzog on Friday
The Duke said in a twinge: "The Jewish Agency and the Jewish Council of New Zealand are solidarity with the families of the mourners. We are unanimous in the fight against hatred and racism.